"Deals with those very interesting but little-known group of border-line organisms which are sometimes plants and sometimes animals. The first reel shows scenes of the native haunts of the slime molds, and several types of fruiting bodies, the breaking open of a spore, the release of a colorless, flagellated swarm cell, which swims around at first, but later loses its flagella and becomes amoeboid. In the second reel, the large mass of protoplasm moves about in search of food. This... Topic: slime mold
A NetLogo Application that models the behavior of the slime mold Physarum polycephalum and serves as a user application as a navigation system. Requires the download of the NetLogo software from https://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/ Topics: NetLogo, navigation system, application, physarum polycephalum, slime mold
Fate of the Universe Gravitational waves, The Creeping Garden, Glowing waste is the best part? by Ian Woolf Professor John Barrow talks about discoveries in cosmology. Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Topics: science, Diffusion, cosmology, astronomy, gravity, relativity, CSIRO, slime mold
This is a conference presentation from the 2010 Conference of the Institute for the Advanced Study of Health in San Francisco, California on October 31, 2010. The presentation links neural patterns of learning, Provocative Therapy, Slime mold, and quantum physics to pseudo orientations in time. There is a ten minute trance beginning at the 59 minute mark. Questions follow at I:07 Topics: NLP, Provocative therapy, Reconsolidation, PTSD, Slime mold, Quantum Physics
Hollow Earth Society's performance, "Beyond U: The Organism That Therefore the Academy Is," at the symposium, "Critical/Liberal/Arts 2" @The Graduate Center, CUNY on September 27, 2013, co-sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, punctum books, and the Medieval Studies Certificate Program + the PhD Program in English at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Topics: para-academia, MOOCs, slime mold, actor-networks, speculative realism, culinary eliminativism
Note: The serial "Three Worlds to Conquer" by Poul Anderson has been removed from this online copy at the request of the estate of Poul Anderson. (Contents information excerpted from The Internet Speculative Fiction Database ) Art: Three Worlds to Conquer (Part 1 of 2) by McKenna Mack by Gray Morrow The Competitors by Nodel Waterspider by Virgil Finlay Waterspider  by Virgil Finlay Essays: The Day They Threw God at Me by Theodore Sturgeon Personal Monuments by Theodore Sturgeon... Topics: tozzo, fermeti, anderson, poul, mack, anaka, gilly, paker, robot, poul anderson, slime mold,...